Just on the heels of the news that a car company is planning to take legal action against Aamir Khan for the derogatory remarks in his home production Delhi Belly, the Madhya Pradesh High Court has issued notice to the actor and three others following a petition demanding a stay on the screening of Delhi Belly.
The division bench of Justices Vimla Jain and K K Lahoti have issued notices to Aamir, the Censor Board and the Madhya Pradesh Chief Secretary following a petition filed by Dr Ajay Seth for the alleged use of vulgar and abusive language in Delhi Belly. The court issued the notices yesterday (July 7). Replies to the petition should be filed by July 12.
The petitioner levelled charges against Aamir for the use of obscene and abusive language in his film, which he termed 'against the Indian culture'. The Censor Board also has been pulled to the court for clearing the film for screening.
It was earlier reported that the Hyundai Motors India Limited (HMIL) is planning to level defamation case against Aamir for the derogatory remarks on its car in Delhi Belly.